Need another word that means the same as “clobber”? Find 45 synonyms for “clobber” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Clobber” are: baste, batter, bat, cream, drub, lick, thrash, hit, strike, slap, smack, cuff, punch, beat, thump, belabour, hook, pound, smash, slam, welt, pummel, hammer, bang, knock, swat, whip, flog, cane, rain blows on, give someone a beating, give someone a drubbing, give someone a good beating, give someone a good drubbing, box someone's ears, conquer, win against, win a victory over, triumph over, prevail over, get the better of, best, worst, vanquish, stuff
Clobber as a Noun
Definitions of "Clobber" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “clobber” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- Informal terms for personal possessions.
Synonyms of "Clobber" as a noun (1 Word)
He s into all that running and swimming and stuff.
Usage Examples of "Clobber" as a noun
- Did you take all your clobber?
Clobber as a Verb
Definitions of "Clobber" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “clobber” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight.
- Treat or deal with harshly.
- Hit (someone) hard.
- Strike violently and repeatedly.
- Defeat heavily.
Synonyms of "Clobber" as a verb (44 Words)
|bang||Leap jerk bang.|
Someone was banging on the door.
|baste||Strike violently and repeatedly.|
Slip herbs under the skin and baste the chicken constantly.
|bat||Strike with or as if with a baseball bat.|
He batted the flies away.
|batter||Subject (one’s spouse, partner, or child) to repeated violence and assault.|
He was battered at times by critics.
|beat||Give a beating to subject to a beating either as a punishment or as an act of aggression.|
Beat swords into ploughshares.
|belabour||To work at or to absurd length.|
There is no need to belabour the point.
|best||Outwit or get the better of (someone.|
She refused to allow herself to be bested.
|box someone's ears||Hit with the fist.|
|cane||Beat with a cane.|
Matthew was caned for bullying by the headmaster.
|conquer||Take possession of by force, as after an invasion.|
He conquered Cyprus.
|cream||Work two or more ingredients typically butter and sugar together to form a creamy paste.|
She creams her face every night.
|cuff||Confine or restrain with or as if with manacles or handcuffs.|
The man s hands were cuffed behind his back.
|drub||Hit or beat (someone) repeatedly.|
He was drubbed with tiresome regularity by his classmates.
|flog||Beat (someone) with a whip or stick as a punishment.|
By 10 pm we had flogged up the slopes to Grey Crag.
|get the better of||Enter or assume a certain state or condition.|
|give someone a beating||Emit or utter.|
|give someone a drubbing||Propose.|
|give someone a good beating||Deliver in exchange or recompense.|
|give someone a good drubbing||Place into the hands or custody of.|
|hammer||Beat with or as if with a hammer.|
He hammered the tack in.
|hit||Score a run or point by hitting a ball with a bat racket stick etc.|
If they re cops maybe it s not a good idea to have them hit.
|hook||Bend into the shape of a hook so as to fasten around or to an object.|
Her legs hooked around mine.
|knock||Knock against with force or violence.|
Don t knock the food it s free.
|lick||Pass the tongue over.|
The dog licked her hand.
|pound||Place or shut up in a pound.|
Pound the roots with a heavy flat stone.
|prevail over||Be valid, applicable, or true.|
He felt like a boxer who had been pummelled mercilessly against the ropes.
|punch||Drive forcibly as if by a punch.|
The nail punched through the wall.
|rain blows on||Precipitate as rain.|
|slam||Dance the slam dance.|
He slammed out of the room.
|slap||Hit against or into something with the sound of something being slapped.|
The impatient teacher slapped the student.
|smack||Strike (someone or something), typically with the palm of the hand and as a punishment.|
His speeches smacked of racism.
|smash||Overthrow or destroy (something considered evil or harmful.|
A firm that had smashed for so tremendous an amount.
|strike||Undertake strike action against an employer.|
Photoengravers voted to strike the New York Times.
|swat||Hit (someone) with a sharp blow.|
She swatted him over the head with a rolled up magazine.
|thrash||Give a thrashing to beat hard.|
Newcastle were thrashed 8 1 by the Czech team.
She picked up the kettle then thumped it down again.
|triumph over||Prove superior.|
|vanquish||Come out better in a competition, race, or conflict.|
He successfully vanquished his rival.
|welt||Provide with a welt.|
His lip was beginning to thicken and welt from the blow.
|whip||Strike as if by whipping.|
The burly Warburton whipped off his shirt.
|win a victory over||Obtain advantages, such as points, etc.|
|win against||Attain success or reach a desired goal.|
This was not the time for a deep discussion she was tired and she would be worsted.
Usage Examples of "Clobber" as a verb
- If he does that I'll clobber him!
- She clobbered the man who tried to attack her.
- The Braves clobbered the Cubs 23–10.
- The recession clobbered other parts of the business.